Cancer Council is helping Queenslanders live well and stay well, with the launch of the organisation’s weekly health and wellbeing radio show in Gladstone this Saturday 16 May!
The Live Well, Be Well Radio Show will air on Gladstone’s 91.9 Fresh FM every Saturday morning from 8:30am to 9:30am, with the program also podcastable at cancerqld.org.au.
Cancer Council Queensland spokesperson Katie Clift said she was pumped to be bringing the radio show to Central Queensland, offering the best health and wellbeing tips in town.
“We’ve been helping Queenslanders live their healthiest and happiest lives every week on the airwaves in Brisbane for the last two years,” Ms Clift said.
“Radio is an ever-changing, fresh, up-to-date industry that we’re proud to be involved with – it’s the perfect medium to get our crucial lifestyle messages across to Queenslanders, and we’re proud to be bringing the show to Central Queensland!
“One third of all cancers are preventable through simple lifestyle choices including eating healthy, exercising, maintaining a healthy weight, staying SunSmart, quitting smoking, reducing alcohol intake and participating in recommended cancer screening.
“Live Well, Be Well radio offers nutrition advice, tips to boost your wellbeing, creative ideas when it comes to changing up your everyday routine and the latest health news and initiatives.
“We know Queenslanders will enjoy hearing about improving their health & wellbeing in a fun way that’s non-intrusive, but a fun and engaging experience.
“We hope radios across Gladstone will be tuned in to 91.9 Fresh FM every Saturday morning, and that people all across Queensland will hit subscribe on the podcast for fresh content every week.
“This initiative offers people a new way to learn about their health, get the latest from Cancer Council Queensland and stay up to date with new research and findings.”
Central Queenslanders can listen to the show live every Saturday morning from 16 May, from 8:30am to 9:30am on 91.9 Fresh FM.
For more information or interviews, please contact:
Katie Clift, Executive Manager, Media and Spokesperson, Cancer Council Queensland